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this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. the shooting happened at about 2-30 this afternoon. on 65th aveneue. the girl was taken to children's hospital in oakland. kron-4's reggie kumar is live in oakland tonight. with the latest. reggie? >> we spoke with the girls on goal.and she is expected to e okay. the girl's uncle-says that she is expected to be okay. this is where the s u v was playing where she was hit by gunfire. she was not the intended target. police
chief howard and jordan are still trying to figure out the motive. >> we do not know how this started we are still dealing with this and we are looking to find out what happened in terms of suspects information. >> there is no suspect or their such description. reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> pam: new at 11. all- nippon airways has now cancelled all 7-8-7 flights to tokyo from san jose mineta airport until february 18th. that decision is affecting more than 80-thousand passengers this follows the f-a-a's order to ground all 7-8-7 planes in the united states. a number of other countries did the same. the airline decided to halt all 7-8-7 flights. after a pilot of one dreamliner made an emergency landing in
japan, due to a battery failure back on january 15th. since then, all- nippon has cancelled 643 domestic and nearly 200 international flights altogether. passengers affected are being offered refunds or rescheduled flights. police are analyzing this video. and others. of a dangerous freeway stunt. in oakland. a number of cars parked along the freeway. watching other drivers spinning out in what's called 'sideshows'. as kron four's haaziq madyun reports. these videos may help investigators catch the criminals. >> reporter:ng these youtube videostrying to determine the license platesthe makes the modelsfocusing on distinct features like these orange rims >> "right, we all know someone has seen those cars, orange rims i mean" chp sgt. diana mcdermott says that is what their investigators are zeroing in on as they try to catch
drivers who took part in the>> "pretty much the videos stand for themselves, you can see license plate numbers, we're also gathering all of the facts from witnesses who called in, there had to be 6, 7, 8 vehicles involved in this incident" >> reporter: in addition to video evidencechp investigators say people who were on the scene stuck in their vehicles watching while the sideshow took place can also play an important roll in catching those involved >> "absolutely, i mean descriptions of the drivers, what was unusual about them, that is all about just being a good witness" >> "they're all taking videos too" >> "good, the cops are going to want those videos" >> reporter: in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news >> the man accused of fatally shooting seven people at oakland's oikos university last year will be sent to napa state hospital. for psychiatric treatment. today a judge ordered one
goh.to be transferred from jail to napa state hospital. the goal. is to improve his mental competency so he can stand trial. psychiatrists will send the judge an update on goh's progress in april. >> new at 11. chevron has paid about 10 million dollars to settle nearly 24-thousand claims in connection with the august 2011 refinery fire in richmond. the oil giant also says it's making corrective actions. most of the money will pay for medical exams and treatments made immediately following the incident. a family is out of their home tonight. after a 2- alarm blaze burned their house. it happened on spring street in mountain view. smoke poured from the attic and garage where the fire is thought to have begun. officials say one occupant suffered minor injuries. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> with less than a week until the superbowl, some san francisco businesses in areas which were vandalized during the world series celebrations. are putting plans in place, in case post- game parties get out
of control again. kron 4's maureen kelly spoke to the operators of one bar in the mission district. about the steps they are taking. >> this was definitely grow to zero mayhem. >> reporter: here you can see the spontaneous bonfire and fire dancing that broke out back in october of last year in front of the beauty bar at 19th and mission. and here is what the side of the business looked like the next day. but those who operate the barare still looking forward to sunday. >> i cannot wait i hope the above are going to win it is great for business, it really, really is. >> reporter: but this time things will be different. >> we will have more security, so they do not head of the building and the actor michael for people that are not going to be rowdy. dispite the mayor's suggestion not to serve hard alcohol on game day.they still plan to sell spirts as well as beer and wine.but >> it is not what you serve it is how much you serve. be
aware of what is being served, accommodation, frequency, who is treating it. walt is amount are round-what is all a round of this business. >> reporter: their staff will be keeping even closer tabs on their patrons. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> jacqueline: breezy conditions and away from the coast 40's through vallejo, fairfield and 50s in livermore. the current wind speeds 22 m.p.h. sustained. and 13 m.p.h. in santa rosa. as we can see it is calm near the coast and even colder than that inland. along the coast it will stay mild. still, chilly toward a bit more
warm for later this week. >> the bipartisan plan for the proposed postaand why some 49ers for declaring santa clara is the one true home. >> coming up later in this broadcast alex smith says to his agent, let me out here. that from new orleans, and andrew looking good and tiger woods. his first victory for this year, later in this broadcast. well, well, well.
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are claiming santa clara. is true home. superbowl 47 - less than a week away. and ofcourse you don't have to be from san francisco to be a 49er fan. nowhere is that more apparent than in santa clara. with the team's new billion- dollar stadium being built there, the team's success on the field has given rise to a dose of civic pride. there's plenty of red and
gold to be seen around town and some fans are saying - santa clara is the team's true home. amid some super bowl dreams of their own. >> i think that since they are training in santa clara. residents will be proud. >> we all know where they play and we see them are around town. it is there. we are ready for it. dollar project is the future 49ers. but former city says. 'future home of the 'san francisco 49ers.' kron news will have continuing live coverage in new orleans throughout the for any super bowl information check out kron four dot com. as well as our facebook and twitter feeds.
>> pam: a california state senator is proposing to create an early warning system. to help californians prepare for a major earthquake. kron- 4's scott rates explains how it would work. >> at the berkeley seismology lab theynator hoping that they will fund a project that he has been working diligently on to warn people before an earthquake happens. >> we have been doing their research and we are ready. we have been testing this since 2007.
>> it is not a matter of if it is when. >> in southern california this will create a comprehensive review warning system. but how exactly would this work? they say that it is quite easy. they have been working on this for quite some time. once this is detected, the will have five-10 seconds before the ground starts shaking. they can do that using cellphones technology. when you are on top of the earthquake. the energy rises and it shakes. >> the press conference is a good first step but it is hoping that the funding will be pushing through before the next one hits. >> natural disasters are a serious threat and we need
to fund efforts to reduce those future impact. in berkeley, scott rates, kron 4. >> pam: in national news. we're getting a better idea of the strategy being considered for immigration reform in this country a group of bipartisan lawmakers revealed their plan today.that would affect roughly 11-million illegal immigrants in the u.s. as catherine heenan explains. it comes one day before the president's plan >> catherine: a group of senators got a jump on the president by laying out a point-by-point, bipartisan program for immigration reform the day before he unveils his long-awaited plan in las vegas. >> "we still have a long way to go but this bipartisan blueprint is a major breakthrough." >> catherine: it could be a big step after years of deep divisions between democrats and republicans. >> "we do not want immigration as a wedge issue, must rather, we want a bipartisan bill that solves the problem and
becomes law." it would include four key provisions: a tough but fair path to citizenship for people now in this country illegally, after steps are taken to bolster border security. revamping the current legal immigration system, by, among other things, attaching green cards to advanced degrees in science, math, engineering and technology. penalizing employers who hire undocumented workers creating a guest worker program for jobs americans are unable or unwilling to fill. our country to have these shadows. lets create a system to bring them forward." >> reporter: despite the bipartisan effort, the proposal has its critics. conservative groups say it's an amnesty plan for undocumented immigrants. the white house is optimistic. >> "it's happening because a consensus is developing in the country, a bi-partisan consensus." >> the lawmakers hope the bill will pass the senate by late spring or summer. then it's on to the more conservative house. catherine heenan kron4 news.
>> pam: new data from the associated press show border patrol agents arrested more than 356-thousand people along the mexican border this fiscal year that ended in september. that's about 29-thousand more arrests when compared to the 20-11 fiscal year. nationwide -- border patrol arrests rose about 7 percent from 2011 to more than 364-thousand last year. tonight -- a man is in custody for allegedly shooting and killing a doctor in a southern califorina medical building today. police received reports of at least six shots fired in a newport beach medical office. officers arrived and found a man dead with multiple gunshot wounds. police brought a suspect into custody. no one else was hurt. >> jacqueline: we should see similar temperatures in the will be climbing. let us
take a look at the satellite and radar. through tahoe. in that region also and reno. there is an area of high- pressure and it is driving the stormtracker to the north of us. this area will be shifting and it will help warmer or temperatures. but just to the east of oz we will see what we can expect tomorrow. chilly conditions away from the coast. fairfield, concord, 36 in vallejo. closer to the coast, temperatures will be more mild in half moon bay. we are seeing gusty conditions. * very similar to what we saw today. 59 degrees and the inland valleys with 60s in
fairfield. a look at your extended forecast. with a few degrees warmer but we will see temperatures in the 60s. a bit of a cool down with the chance of showers returning. >> pam: the man behind the manti te'o fake girlfriend hoax is breaking his silence. he will be giving his first televised interview to doctor phil. ronaiah tuiasosopo sits down down with doctor phil for a tell-all interview about the hoax that duped the notre dame football star. it will air in two parts. and you can watch them both right here on kron-4. part one airs thursday at four. part two airs friday at four. >> in sports. former starting quarterback alex smith wants to be released after the season. but will
osting... kaepernick are right first. and harbaugh made some news today but he was asked about president obama statement. that he might not play football if he had a son. >> and had a 4 month old, and my son, jack. he will soon be 5 months old. and if president obama had a son and did not allow that that oughhis son to play that would be less competition for my son, jack. [laughter] and all of this pounding. on the chest and alex smith,
wants. >> i would think that most fans to support him what want that. >> and he is worth 25-30 million [laughter] >> he has been a good soldier. they got in town today. ray lewis all dressed in suits and ties. and the bottom line is that the 49ers talked about this is a business trip. but look at these guys. john r. block talking about the same questions coming his way. >> i will not crack. you are going to get the same answer how long can you last? he is going to be flying. >> he will be fine.
>> antar bogan is back. he got back in shape but he looked great tonight. andrew bogut started making his first appearance since november 1st 1st quarter bogut with the slam dunk inside 2nd quarter all-star david lee with the nice spin move and lay-up 2nd quarter bogut with the drive and monster slam!! bogut smiling final: 114-102 warriors you can see tiger that he had a victory today at 4 pines torrey pines. >> pam: good night.